10.125" Sumingashi Gytuo

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10.125" Sumingashi Gytuo

1,400.00

Forged from 29 separate pieces - 14 sections from a Willett bourbon barrel strap interlaced with pure nickel layers and a center core of CruForgeV carbon steel, this large European style chefs knife is one of a couple of new exploration into western shapes made using more traditionally Japanese techniques. Movement of sumingashi lines come from forging process with texturing hammers give it an almost damascus like appearance. Construction benefits are the same as san mai, but the high number of layers put it in a different category. Cladding is soft, making sharpening easy and allowing the core steel to be left at a higher hardness. Handle is sculpted from stabilized mesquite burl. Simple lines from a more even flat forging process give it an almost wood grain like appearance.

  • 10.125” blade 15.125” overall

  • bourbon barrel/nickel sumingashi clad CruForgeV carbon steel

  • stabilized mesquite burl, bronze pins

  • 247 grams

  • shipping to lower 48 included

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